Itís just too easy to get serious about Alluvion.  Itís such a symbolic act, so much like planting seeds or throwing confetti on newlyweds. You could see it as being far too full of significance for this day and age, when the only way to survive many situations is with mad hope and a good laugh. Some participants have turned the project on its head, made it into capital ďAĒ Art or into a brilliant tease, turned the problem of what to do with Alluvion into a great story or an impossibly cool performance. They have worked with this project like a koan, turning it this way and that, trying to find an answer to the riddle, an answer that makes sense to them.  Theyíve found solutions that place this project in entirely new contexts, opening it up to further possibilities.